Rory McIlroy to lead Europe's history bid at Whistling Straits
Rory McIlroy will lead Europe out in the singles on Sunday as Pádraig Harrington's men aim to complete the biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history.
The United States will take an 11-5 lead into the final session of the biennial contest, meaning Europe need to claim nine out of the 12 points available to bring the trophy back across the Atlantic.
McIlroy has lost all three of his matches so far at Whistling Straits and was not selected for the first time on Saturday morning, sitting out his only session since making his Ryder Cup debut in 2010.
But the four time Major Champion is one of the most experienced heads in the team room and Harrington will be looking for him to gather some early momentum when he takes on Xander Schauffele.
Shane Lowry holed a clutch putt to win a point for Europe on Saturday and he will go out second on Sunday against Patrick Cantlay, before World Number One Jon Rahm takes on Scottie Scheffler.
Rahm has won 3½ points so far this week, three of them alongside countryman Sergio Garcia, who is in the fourth match taking on Bryson DeChambeau.
Like Rahm, Viktor Hovland is playing every session this week and he faces Collin Morikawa before Paul Casey attempts to stop Dustin Johnson making it five points out of five.
Rookie Bernd Wiesberger will face Brooks Koepka and then Ian Poulter - who has 5½ points from six singles matches in his career - takes on Tony Finau.
Tyrrell Hatton has won 1½ points so far and he has a clash against Justin Thomas before Lee Westwood plays his record breaking 47th Ryder Cup match against Harris English.
Tommy Fleetwood then goes head to head with Jordan Spieth before the anchor match between Matt Fitzpatrick and Daniel Berger.